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    ajithramuk Guest

    Default use of "refer" v/s "refer to"

    Whiich of the following is a correct usage?

    "please refer to the brochure for details"

    or

    "please refer the brochure for details"

    The intended meaning is obvious, I suppose

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    Default Re: use of "refer" v/s "refer to"

    Please refer to the brochure for details. (OK)
    ==> Please look in the brochure for details.

    Please refer the brochure for details. (Not OK)
    ==> Please give the brochure a referral.

    :D

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